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2015

Summer 2015

Mountain magazine Summer 2015 cover

Location: The Colorado Trail | Rider: Dave Stanton | Photographer: Dave Cox

features

who speaks for rivers?

Inflatable packrafts resemble pool toys, but the innocuous craft has sparked controversy in Yellowstone. Frederick Reimers reports with paddle in hand.

wheel surfing cognoscenti

Cyclists in the know reinvent bike vacations. Charcuterie included.

the llama and the nudge

Watch out—they spit! Mike Kessler explores the Sierra with pack animals.

the beaten path

Lee Cohen staves off hypothermia to document a Montana thru-hike.

defenders & saboteurs

Tracy Ross introduces her sons to Edward Abbey’s desert refuge.

entropy in the san juans

Two states, seven huts, and a Mount Everest of vertical gain. Start pedaling.

Michael Darter Llamas

Location: Emigrant Wilderness, CA | Photographer: Michael Darter

departments 

mtn voice

“Don’t speak unless spoken to,” Editorial Director Marc Peruzzi was told. Here’s his response.

mtn gallery

Summer’s been framed. Take a look.

mtn report

On trail with marathoner Caroline Rotich. >Do you know the difference between a hike and a climb? It could save your life. >Bikes and trails storm mountain cinemas.

mtn gear

We test bike racks head-to-head. Plus, the best carbon mountain bike wheelsets.

mtn habitat

Could the short-term rental boom mean a hollow future for mountain towns?

mtn lodges

Sample tiny house living in Wyoming. Get off the grid in British ColumbiaSlow down in Maine. And visit the historic Hotel Jerome in Aspen, Colorado.

mtn advocate

Durango Devo cultivates life-long cyclists in Southwest Colorado.

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2 Responses to “Summer 2015”

  1. Robert Wetherell

    I subscribe to Mountain Magazine and I have always enjoyed your magazine the recent issue is very close to me .The article written by Kim Fuller Hiking Versus Climbing ,is about my son Jarod who lost his life last October,I am trying to purchase 6 copies of the issue for his brother and sister’s and other family members and have had no luck in finding the magazine ,Is it possible for me to purchase 6 copies from you direct.I also would like to thank you for publishing Kims article Thank You Bob Wetherell

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    • Olivia Dwyer

      Hi Bob,

      Thanks for your comment, and our sincere condolences on the loss of your son Jarod. Please look for an email with more information about copies of the Summer 2015 issue.

      All the best,
      Olivia Dwyer

      Reply

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